To be successful, experts in all these fields have learnt that a combination of good international resources operating globally with strong experienced, integrated representation ‘on the ground’ locally is essential, particularly where certain local markets are vitally important.
HBAA, the trade association for the hotel booking agency, apartment and venue community, has appointed Clareville to develop and implement a PR programme for the association and to support agent engagement in HBAA activities.
The campaign is designed to raise the profile of the Association, its members and its new committee within the industry and among potential customers and members. In particular it will highlight the HBAA’s Code of Practice and the many benefits and services the HBAA provides to its members.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) November 24, 2016
— Will Corry (@slievemore) November 22, 2016
— Will Corry (@slievemore) November 3, 2016
Interested in targeting key media and driving profile-raising activity?
— Ingenuity (@IngenuityLondon) October 26, 2016
Ian McCawley, Acuity PR writes ... In a newly uncertain financial climate, clients of PR agencies are more keen than ever to understand how much bang they’ll get for their buck.
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